FleXML 1.9 (2011-10-30 by mquinson)
Make parsers robust to multiply defined attributes
Incoporate several minor fixes from the Debian package
FleXML 1.7 is out (2006-09-15 by wdowling)
We've done several enhancements and bugfixes. There is no longer a
compiled-in buffersize, so flexml is now able to parse arbitrarily
large XML input. We've fixed some vexing memory leaks and a nasty
bug that only showed up on Sparc machines. Also new is a better
control over the output file, so you can make use of flex macros
like YY_INPUT and YY_DECL. We're still the fastest parser around!
Flexml 1.4 is out (2006-03-21 by mquinson)
Here is a new version. The major improvement is the possibility to
have more than one flexml-generated parser in your project. There
won't be any symbol name colision anymore (hopefully).
FleXML back to life (version 1.1 released -- 2005-02-10 by mquinson)
After 5 years, a new version of the package was released today. It
fixes quite a few longstanding issues, amongst which there is:
- Compatible with modern flex version
- Allows the generated parser to be included in C++ projects
- Parsers do not jam anymore.
Plus several other fixes.
Please test it and repport any found issue.
New FleXML Home (2001-08-30 by shack)
The FleXML program, as distributed with debian, is starting a new
stage of active developement. The project is now hosted by
SourceForge. Hopefully, the new web page and project information
will be up shortly.